Led by Crystal Wilkins, LPC, RPT – Assisted by Renee Campbell, LPC Intern-Supervised by Mary Bennett, PhD, LPC-S, RPT and Kathryn Barnes, Graduate Student
C-P-R-T is a parent training curriculum aimed at strengthening and supporting the parent-child relationship. The training focuses on teaching parents how to connect with their children through 1x weekly 30-minute play sessions. You’ll receive information regarding child development, the value of play for children, tips for how to engage in child-centered play sessions, and various other skills to support your time with your children in and out of the playtime. In addition, you’ll be able to connect with other parents trying to figure out how to parent in pandemic.Learn More Here
Led by Crystal Wilkins, LPC, RPT and Kathryn Barnes, Graduate Student
We recognize singleness is a circumstance that can feel like both a blessing and a curse. Living single has its own unique challenges in our worldly culture, our church culture, and within a pandemic. From online dating to abstinence before marriage, there are some challenges, ladies! This group will enable you to connect with other singles, learn more from scripture of how God views and honors singles, and gain hope for endurance in this season.Learn More Here
Led by Brad Peterson, ThM
These gender specific groups are created to provide a space of learning and encourage participants to openly share about their struggles, failures, victories, and hopes in the context of group confidentiality.
Every Monday, from 7-8:30pm, Recovery Ministries offer virtual open share meetings for anyone seeking a safe place to openly share their struggles, failures, hopes and victories. These meetings are confidential and are hosted by lay ministry members (this is not professional counseling).
Follow the link below to learn how to join the virtual meeting.Learn More Here